Eric von Hippel
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I am a Professor of Technological Innovation in the MIT Sloan School of Management, and am also a Professor in MIT's Engineering Systems Division. I specialize in research related to the nature and economics of distributed and open innovation. I also develop and teach about practical methods that individuals, open user communities, and firms can apply to improve their product and service development processes.
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Lilien, Gary L., Morrison, Pamela D., Searls, Kathleen, Sonnack, Mary, Hippel, Eric von (2002): Performance Assessment of the Lead User Idea-Generation Process for New Product Developmen. In Management Science, 48 (8) pp. 1042-1059.
Hippel, Eric von (1994): "Sticky information" and the locus of problem solving: implications for innovation. In Management Science, 40 (4) pp. 429-439.
Herstatt, Cornelius, Hippel, Eric von (1992): From Experience: Developing New Product Concepts Via the Lead User Method: A Case Study in. In Journal of Product Innovation Management, 9 (3) pp. 213-221.